ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS 1955 BUICK CENTURY MOTORAMA PROTOTYPE BODY ONE OF TWO
- Make: Buick
- Model: CENTURY MOTORAMA PROTOTYPE
- Type: FOUR DOOR HARDTOP MODEL 68
- Year: 1955
- Mileage: 222
- Color: RED
- Engine size: 322 CUBIC INCH V8
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: BLACK AND WHITE
- Drive side: Left-hand drive
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1955 Buick CENTURY MOTORAMA PROTOTYPE
1955 Buick Century Motorama Concept Show Car Model 68 only one of ONLY two built ORIGINALLY A SERIES48 BUT BECAME A SERIES 63 IN PRODUCTION. FACTORY INSTALLED WIRE WHEELS.
t. This is the first 4 door hard top Buick built. Production date: 08-54. It was built for and displayed in the 1955 Motorama show tour, after the tour it was purchased by an employee who helped build it, he participated in showing this vehicle in the Motorama tour. This vehicle has several different features than a normal 55 Buick including power radio antenna. The car spent the first 17 years in California where it was used as a daily driver. Then it was sold to a family member back in Flint, Michigan in 1972 and was driven another year and then put in storage for the next 37 years. The car then became part of the Bob Coker collection; I purchased it from the estate. This prototype has been featured in many magazines, publications, and "Youtube" videos and will be featured in the upcoming edition 5 of the "Busted Knuckle" magazine. It has had a no expense spared body off the frame restoration to the exact original specifications and with all matching numbers. It has only been driven 222 miles since the restoration. IT RUNS AND DRIVES VERY WELL AND EVERYTHING WORKS!! GM designated it as series 68. The production model became series 63. CLEAR TEXAS TITLE CURRENTLY IN TRANSIT.
2012 AACA Senior Award Winner. See Trophy, award and AACA tag on the grille of the car in the pictures.
THIS HAS TO BE THE FINEST 1955 BUICK CENTURY IN THE WORLD!!! IF YOU WANT THE BEST THIS IS IT!!! THIS CAR IS MUSEUM READY IT IS MINT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!